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Premium Resources for year 7 science. Each premium resource is what i like to call 'a lesson in a bag'. When you purchase a premium resources for just £1 you get: A development timeline lesson plan including differentiation + Homework activities + Worksheets (differentiated) + Starter and plenary + Slick and well presented powerpoint All in line with the KS3 science national curriculum for England and Wales. Look at my free resources and the reviews! You won't be disappointed!

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Premium Resources for year 7 science. Each premium resource is what i like to call 'a lesson in a bag'. When you purchase a premium resources for just £1 you get: A development timeline lesson plan including differentiation + Homework activities + Worksheets (differentiated) + Starter and plenary + Slick and well presented powerpoint All in line with the KS3 science national curriculum for England and Wales. Look at my free resources and the reviews! You won't be disappointed!
Year 8 chemical and physical reactions
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Year 8 chemical and physical reactions

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Year 8 double lesson with worksheets and answers. The first reaction is between sulphur and iron to make iron sulphide. Students identify the properties of both reactants and the product. The second experiment is asking the class to calculate the mass of a raw egg and predict the mass after it has been hard boiled. The second part of the lesson requires the teacher to explain more details about the differences between physical and chemical reactions. Simple formulas and equations are then used to consolidate learning then finishing the lessons with an example of a chemical reaction (fire triangle). Answers provided for students to peer assess and mark students work.
Healthy & Unhealthy AQA Biology 4.2
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Healthy & Unhealthy AQA Biology 4.2

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A simple worksheet activity for students to complete in groups or pairs. The task is for students to list healthy and unhealthy behaviours and lifestyle choices as task 1. Task 2 asks them to define and give examples of communicable and non communicable diseases. Task 3 asks students to list diseases and illnesses that are caused by protists, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Some examples and answers given for task 1 and 2. I used this at the end of my teaching of 'organisation' 4.2 in AQA biology new spec 2016+
Shipwrecked: Pressure in Liquids + P=F/A rearranging + ANSWERS
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Shipwrecked: Pressure in Liquids + P=F/A rearranging + ANSWERS

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An engaging resource for students to practice their understanding of the two pressure formulas: P=height x density x gravity and P= force/area. Students have to calculate the pressure that each animal/person is subjected to at different depths in sea water. They are given the lethal force required for each organism, using the P=f/a formula they have to work out if they survive or not. Extension activities could include - finding out the maximum depth they have to be at before they would die etc... You could ask the students to find a liquid that has a much lower density in which the organisms could survive greater depths. My students loved it and I hope your students do too. Enjoy!
iGCSE Physics - Resistors and Calculations
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iGCSE Physics - Resistors and Calculations

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This powerpoint focuses on fixed resistors and calculating resistance using the band colours as well as the the resistance formulas used in circuits. This was made for a top set year 11 iGCSE class and features on the older Cambridge iGCSE syllabus. It is still relevant for all students studying resistance (fixed and variable) in electrical circuits and systems.
iGCSE Physics - AND, OR, NOT Logic Gates
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iGCSE Physics - AND, OR, NOT Logic Gates

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I found very few resources for this odd topic in iGCSE physics so i created this powerpoint for my classes. It explains the differences between the three logic gates and also when two or more are combined. There is an intro to boolean language and binary but not too much. It was used for a top set Year 11 iGCSE class but can possibly be used for lower age groups.
Static Electricity iGCSE Physics
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Static Electricity iGCSE Physics

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This is a PPT lesson with printable slides for students to use as worksheets (in groups is best). This was designed for the iGCSE Cambridge syllabus but it is relevant to all exam boards that contain static electricity topics. Build up of charges Electrons and Protons Discharge Sparks etc... Real life applications and suggestion for practicals. Balloons with polyester jumpers = attracts fine hair Balloon rubbed with jumper or silk cloth will attract small pieces of tissues paper The balloon will also 'magically' attract/repel an aluminium drinks can on it's side Use the charged balloon to bend a thin light stream of water from a tap. There is a video of lightning occurring outside my house which you can take out if you wish.
Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ATOMIC PHYSICS Extension Exam Questions +MS.
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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ATOMIC PHYSICS Extension Exam Questions +MS.

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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ATOMIC PHYSICS Extension Exam Questions +MS. I have isolated some extension level questions from some extended papers (paper 3) for CIE iGCSE physics. This resource includes 6 whole questions (41 marks total) relating to radiation, radioactivity, alpha, beta, gamma and cathode ray tubes. The mark scheme is attached within the PDF. The content belongs to CIE not me.
Cambridge iGCSE Physics: SOUND AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS.
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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: SOUND AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS.

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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: SOUND AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS. I have isolated some extension level questions from some extended papers (paper 3) for CIE iGCSE physics. This resource includes 3 whole questions (22 marks total) relating to sound waves and general properties of mechanical & EM waves. The mark scheme is attached within the PDF. The content belongs to CIE not me.
Cambridge iGCSE Physics: LIGHT AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS.
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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: LIGHT AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS.

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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: LIGHT AND WAVES Extension Exam Questions +MS. I have isolated some extension level questions from some extended papers (paper 3) for CIE iGCSE physics. This resource includes 3 whole questions (21 marks total) relating to light rays, lenses and properties of mechanical waves etc. The mark scheme is attached within the PDF. The content belongs to CIE not me.
Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ELECTRICITY Extension Exam Questions +MS
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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ELECTRICITY Extension Exam Questions +MS

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Cambridge iGCSE Physics: ELECTRICITY Extension Exam Questions +MS. I have isolated some extension level questions from some extended papers (paper 3) for CIE iGCSE physics. This resource includes 6 whole questions (46 marks in total) relating to electricity, electrical components and circuits etc. The mark scheme is attached within the PDF. The content belongs to CIE not me.
iGCSE Physics: Cathode Rays - Video Tutorial & Exam Questions
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iGCSE Physics: Cathode Rays - Video Tutorial & Exam Questions

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A 12 minute tutorial video about how a CRT and CRO works for the CIE Cambridge iGCSE physics syllabus. Features exam question at the end. Lots of visual stimuli and basic explanations for a varied audience. The video includes references to abstract humour (such as the Pitbull effect - like electrons he took his life from negative to positive). This video can be shown to your students and then they can summarise the content. You can pause the video and print the exam questions to hand out to students. As the teacher you can pause the video, rewind or fast forward areas that students may not understand fully. I hope you enjoy it!
Complete Year 7/8 Unit: Magnetism & Electricity (7.5)
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Complete Year 7/8 Unit: Magnetism & Electricity (7.5)

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13 Prepared Lessons for the complete teaching of the year 7/8 topic - Magnetism & Electricity (7.5). Completely inline with and supportive of the 2014 national curriculum changes. Each lesson is fully resourced with activities, worksheets, homework, starter, plenary and extension activities. This is a 'unit in a bag'. Each individual lesson is complemented by a structured and detailed lesson plan. There are 27 separate resources in this bundle to effectively engage and teach the magnetism & electricity unit (7.5). *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Complete Year 7/8 Unit: Understanding Chemical Reactions (7.4)
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Complete Year 7/8 Unit: Understanding Chemical Reactions (7.4)

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8 Prepared Lessons for the complete teaching of the year 7/8 topic - Understanding Chemical Reactions (7.4). Completely inline with and supportive of the 2014 national curriculum changes. Each lesson is fully resourced with activities, worksheets, homework, starter, plenary and extension activities. This is a 'unit in a bag'. Each individual lesson is complemented by a structured and detailed lesson plan. There are 18 separate resources in this bundle to effectively engage and teach the understanding chemical reactions unit (7.4). Formerly known as Acids and Alkalis but with added content from the new curriculum. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: Space Distances & Travel (Forces & Motion 7.3)
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Grade 6-12: Space Distances & Travel (Forces & Motion 7.3)

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Lesson 16 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. ‘Calculating space distances and understanding travel limitations’. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: Weather Systems (Forces & Motion 7.3)
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Grade 6-12: Weather Systems (Forces & Motion 7.3)

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Lesson 15 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. A look at weather systems, fronts and hurricanes. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: Earth's Motion (Forces & Motion 7.3)
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Grade 6-12: Earth's Motion (Forces & Motion 7.3)

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Lesson 14 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. ‘Looking at the motion of the Earth & Moon + Seasons’. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: The Solar System (Forces & Motion 7.3)
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Grade 6-12: The Solar System (Forces & Motion 7.3)

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Lesson 13 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. Understanding the Solar System *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: Discovering Moments (Forces & Motion 7.3)
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Grade 6-12: Discovering Moments (Forces & Motion 7.3)

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Lesson 11 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. ‘Discovering and calculating moments’. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
Grade 6-12: Distance-Time Graphs (Forces & Motion 7.3
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Grade 6-12: Distance-Time Graphs (Forces & Motion 7.3

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Lesson 10 of 16 from the topic Forces and Motion. Understanding, using and creating distance time graphs. *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions